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About meHi Im an author from Ireland,Im into fitness and boxing, i love music and am a musician, Im 20 years old and have a book available on LULU.COM

About my libraryIn a time when Ireland is densely covered in mystical woods Donachca mostly lives a quite and normal life. But when he turns eighteen Ciara his friend falls ill, and turns out not to be so normal. On bringing the dying girl to the Druids he learns that to save her he must go to the legendary Dair, an oak tree so tall it reaches heaven and its roots dig so deep they go straight to hell it is the link between earth, heaven and hell. But to get there he must pass through the infamous Foraois de Diamhair full of magic and magical creatures some good some not so good and some Evil.....ONLY AVAILIBLE ON: LULU.COM

GroupsIrish & Celtic Studies, Irish Books, Irish Librarythingers, Irish Mythology, Irishblogs

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Member sinceAug 10, 2007

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Since you started a group of more or less mythology, and there is currently not a lot of activity on it... I would like to propose to join your group with mine :D :D :D. Just ask me questions and I'll answer them
Best Regards,
Congrats on the book Eoin and the best of luck with it, I will check it out on LULU
hey Eoin
was looking at you book on sounds very interesting. have you read At swim-two-birds by flann o brien. that uses irish mythology in a very intresting way
best of luck
Cheers Eoin
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